Prose and Cons
Magic, books, and cats collide in a village near Niagara Falls in the latest mystery from the author of Crime and Poetry… In Cascade Springs, New York, Violet Waverly and her grandma, Daisy, are the proprietors of Charming Books, where the power of the written word is positively enchanting… ... show more
Magic, books, and cats collide in a village near Niagara Falls in the latest mystery from the author of Crime and Poetry…
In Cascade Springs, New York, Violet Waverly and her grandma, Daisy, are the proprietors of Charming Books, where the power of the written word is positively enchanting…
October in Cascade Springs means tourists are pouring in for the annual Food and Wine Festival, and Daisy hopes to draw those crowds to the store. She asks Violet and the local writing group, the Red Inkers, to give a reading of the works of Edgar Allan Poe on the shop’s front porch to entertain the revelers. Everyone eagerly agrees.
Yet their enthusiasm is soon extinguished when Violet discovers one of the writers dead in the shop moments before the event. After the shop magically tells Violet she’ll need to rely on Poe’s works to solve the murder, she enlists the help of her trusty tuxedo cat, Emerson, and the shop’s crow, Faulkner. But they must act fast before someone else’s heart beats nevermore…
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: 2016-12-06
Pages no: 368
Edition language: English
Series: Magical Bookshop Mystery (#2)
I wavered between 3.5 and 4 stars for this one, but ultimately, I enjoyed reading it, so 4 stars it is. Amanda Flower is a pseudonym for an author that wrote an Amish series under another name, Isabella Alan, which I started off really liking and ended up being totally fed up with after 4 books. T...
See this and all of my reviews at Mystereity Reviews I love this cute cozy series set in a small town near Niagara Falls. Being a WNY ex-pat, the setting is so familiar; a quaint town with its little shops, a wine festival, and of course, small town secrets.In Prose and Cons, Violet and her grandmot...